Five amendments decided in Kansas since 2000

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July 27, 2011

TOPEKA, Kansas: According to Ballotpedia's database of Kansas ballot measures, not only have there been only five measures on the ballot for voters to decide since 2000, but all five were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.

Among the amendments that were placed in front of voters was a 2005 measure that proposed to define marriage as between one man and one woman. That measure passed with 70% voting in favor. Another measure on the ballot was designed to allow the right to bear arms in the state of Kansas for lawful purposes. That measure also passed, with 88% approving.

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